feeling like a makeup-artist! ;)
I must confess, though, that I cheated. I practically didn't use any foundation on my "model". I just dusted on a bit of powder since she already has great skin. I didn't want to botch things up by slathering too much stuff onto her face, so I just let things be and just tinkered with the eyes, lips, and face. Oh, and I groomed the brows and filled them in a tad bit.
Here are some pics of what I did on my pretty model. :)
(I actually did 4 looks, but I don't have pics of the last one, sadly)
Look #1: Violet eyes & Fuchsia lips
This is a pretty girly-girl look with the classic combo of violet and pink.
Eyes: You can't really see in this photo, but the lids are actually white, with a violet cut crease. To balance it out, I went ahead and gave her a medium-sized cat eye.
Cheeks: The lighting actually washed out the bright doll pink cheeks she had.
Lips: I used a bright pink lipstick and topped it off with a very opaque fuchsia lip gloss. (which got all over her face because of the windy location!)